This New York Times Article touched on the recent history and risks of females traveling. It had me re-living all my enjoyable adventures with me, myself, and I. There is a beauty in the discomfort of solo travel that’s left me with many lessons and many more stories.
The morning I left for San Francisco was far from typical. I barely slept that night because once again I was about to experience a first with Camp Zeno! The thought of an RV road trip was beyond any dream of ‘things to experience’ at camp. It would be a journey that would be hard to top, and once again being with my Zeno family would definitely yield me an experience that would last me my lifetime.
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The city of Palma is a city often overlooked by tourists as they fly through it desperate to get to their final destination and onto the beach. This oversight is a shame, as the city itself has a fantastic rich culture and atmosphere that is present year round. City breaks are a wonderful way to get to the root of a country, and Palma is no different. Book your flights to Majorca and discover the heartbeat of Majorca in its capital.
In fall of 2010 I had the idea of creating a non-profit to help encourage, organize and fund volunteerism on a global level. I’d just taken my first trip to India and knew in my heart it was the right thing to be doing at a time when our world needs it most. Cool. So what do you do next?
It’s easy to see why city breaks are so popular with couples, families and groups of friends; no matter what the time of year, a city can provide so much for its visitors that an ordinary beach break can’t. From the oodles of culture to the masses of sights to tick off your itinerary list, a city break can be exactly what you want it to be.
‘ the redwoods will look at you with a
look of always’ – Henry Miller
I regularly visit my home town to enjoy it’s many splendors and remind myself of how relaxing life can be. Sipping home-made sweet tea as I sit on the dock with my feet dangling in the salty water, I wonder if it’s possible for an outsider to enjoy this way of life. As the afternoon thunderstorms roll in over the inter-coastal waterways I ponder if the humidity and mosquitoes are just a barrier to keep the tourists from deciding to move in.